Sanctuary Cap Cana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Yari and I go wayyyyy back and have been together going on six years now. Two peas in a pod.
We had relaxation on mind when we booked this trip. Really didn't want to do a lot of trips, going out etc. Mostly wanted to chill poolside and on the beach. Which we did everyday. With the exception of one excursion "Outback Adventure". It was a fun time but a ...
... It had a stocked mini bar, flat screen tv, with a number of English speaking cable channels that came in crystal clear. (You would surprised how un-often that actually happens). The room was super clean and modern with a lot of "living space". You had a balcony and enough room to for a sitting area in the room. The staff was super helpful and always polite with a smile. The hotel grounds were well ...
... one of the not so good things that happened on the trip my two daughters and I were on one parasail one daughter is 21 the other seven we landed in the ocean and got drug a little bit under the water and the parasail came down into the water and we had to be rescued by another boat. Everyone was okay but shaken up and swallowed a bit of ocean water. I took a lot of pictures which I am happy I did on this trip and really enjoyed some family time before school started back ...
... supervise the tiny municipal parking space, and we are charged the princely sum of RD$ 50 (US$ 1.30) for the privilege, and even given a receipt. The car is facing a beautiful white sandy beach in a bay the form of a half-moon of calm turquoise water. It's lined with white tables and chairs shaded by colourful umbrellas. It is by all means, an idyllic sight.
"It's Presidente time" I tell everyone. "Let’s bag a table on the beach and get some ...
Dominican Republic: A Place of Beauty: June 3 2011-June 11 2011
This trip was taken after having a very stressful year filled with kids, responsibility and just plain madness. Fabela and I decided that we would use all our PTO time and get away to somewhere beautiful.
We arrived to Punta Cana airport and were very amused at the fact that the airport was open to air. We had to (un)board the plane and walk single file (like in grade school) to the check point. We ...